Spring Reception

I hope that everyone has welcomed Spring yesterday. In our region, snow is retreating in the sun exposed areas, and the first buds will soon be visible; just wait a few minutes… ;)
Meanwhile, we have had an indoor spring welcoming reception with the young and grown-up seedlings from the germinatrix. The members of the reception committee welcoming Spring were: Delphinium brunonianum, Delphinium tatsienense, Primula alpicola var. violacea, Aquilegia scopulorum, Glaucidium palmatum, and few others.

And a Spring group photo – Say cheese!

Galucidium palmatum seedling

From left to right: Aquilegia scopulorum, Podophyllum hexandrum, Glaucidium palmatum, Epimedium hybrids; in the back Thalictrum, Incarvillea, Salvia…

Featured image: Anemone quinquefolia seedlings (from moist packed seeds). Other early native wildflowers like Claytonia virginica have germinated for quite a while now and Stylophorum, Asarum and Hepatica are just starting, but I will make a summary on their germination later.

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